A Note from Michael

I’m optimistic…

Several guys have been working on our live stream for this next Sunday and I think it will go well… I think. We learn something each week about how we can do it better, so this week should be the best yet.

If you are sheltering at home, please know we will live stream the adult Bible Class at 9am (Jim Klein teaching James) and worship at 10:15am.

This Sunday is our Mission Sunday. I pray everyone has been considering how they can be most generous, either with a one-time gift or a gift spread out over several months. Our biggest target is about raising funds to send a shipping container with 10,000 Bibles to Nicaragua along with other needed material to bless the churches there. I just know God will bless us… He always does.


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Sermon: October 25, 2020

Ambassadors for Christ

by Benny Baker

October 25, 2020

Benny & Donna Baker
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Prayer Requests: October 25, 2020

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.”  -Matthew 7:7-8

AJ Stemmene: Pray for the shut-ins and thank God, for my friend Bruce, who takes care of me.

Kathy Roberts: Please pray for my mom. She has dementia and is not doing very well. Please pray for my half-sister, Tina in Illinois. She has breast cancer.

Glenn & Judie Sanborn: Praying for all who are healing from the virus. Praying for Benny & Donna as they seek help to continue the great work they have been doing for the families in Nicaragua.

Claudia Moberg: Please pray for Ashley Ivins-Moberg. She has a virus that makes her tired. The doctors say it will go away by itself.

Dave Hopkins: Prayers for all who are affected by Covid. Prayers for those in the Colorado wildfires. Grand Lake City is in danger of being overrun by fire.

Suzy McHughes: Thank you for your continued prayers. They are working!

Scott & Karmen Rouse: Continue to keep Linda Bruner and family in our prayers. Please pray for a friend, Chad Reed who has had complications with knee surgery.

Jo Allen: Prayers for my sister, Glenda Bonaiuto. She will be going through tests and radiation this week for the cancer in the back of her tongue (throat).

Helen Rouse: Please pray that our country will truly be united under God!

Dan & Teri Dupey: Thank God for Benny & Donna Baker and their special work. Continue to pray for Bob BrownCarole FredriksonMyrtle McIntireJerry & Christine WelchLinda Bruner and family, and Juanita with Covid. Let’s pray for each other.

Lynelle Dehlbom: Please pray for Denise SandersScott’s cousin-in-law.  She has just been admitted to the hospital. Denise has gallbladder stones and infection. She also has kidney stones. As well as other complications. She is very ill. Scott’s cousin Dave appreciates all prayers.

David Bruner: Bill Green (Linda’s dad) passed away Monday night and is now at home with God. Please pray for Cloise GreenLinda and the family during this time of grief.

Myrtle McIntire: Ron has a CT scheduled for Thursday to check how his broken rib is doing. It has been 3 weeks since he fell and he is doing better but still unable to do very much. We would appreciate prayers for his healing.

Betty Rude: Prayers for all the college kids and schools for the balance of 2020. Prayers for our president, leaders in our country, churches and families that they will remember GOD is in Control.

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Live Stream (Worship): October 25, 2020

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Live Stream (Bible Class): October 25, 2020

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Bulletin: October 25, 2020


Our Worship…

The Steadfast Love of the Lord
Let Us Worship the Father
Blessed be Your Name
Video: Turn Back Time
Welcome/Family News
Scripture: Romans 10:12-15
Open the Eyes of my Heart
I Will Call Upon the Lord
Lord’s Supper
We Shall Assemble (dismiss children)
Message: Benny Baker
Light the Fire
Prayer: Scott Rouse
Said I Wasn’t

Church Family Update…

Mission Outreach Offering for 2020
Goal: $15,000

$10,000 to fill a shipping container with Bibles for Nicaragua.

$5,000 to hold a community outreach event this next summer or as soon as it is deemed safe to do.

Imagine a container like this filled with Bibles!

We are so happy to have Benny and Donna Baker with us this morning… Let’s enjoy learning about Mision Para Cristo.

Thanks to all who helped with the food drive for Mountain States Children’s Home… The driver always comments on how our congregation is one of the most generous on her route. Way to go, Dalton Gardens church.

Bible Classes Begin again… Today we will enjoy Benny Baker teaching a combined class for adults, teens, and older elementary students. There will be a class downstairs for 1st grade and younger.

Beginning November 1… There will be an adult class taught by Jim Klein as we study James. The teen class begins with Christian teaching in the youth barn, and a full set of classes for elementary and younger students downstairs. The teens and all the younger kids will begin by gathering for a devotional before going to their separate classes.

So In Love… has decided to postpone class for a while longer. We will let all the ladies know when this changes.

Don’t forget to Fall Back next Sunday You can get an extra hours sleep and still be on time for our Bible Class.

Please pray about your generosity with this years Mission Outreach Offering. God will bless our efforts to reach others.

“Give me your eyes for just one second. Give me your eyes so I can see. Everything that I’ve been missing. Give me your love for Humanity. Give me your arms for the broken hearted. Those who are far beyond my reach. Give me your heart for the ones forgotten. Give me you eyes so I can see“  Brandon Heath, Give me Your Eyes
Fellowship Loading

This next Tuesday @ 6:00 p.m. I will be hosting our first Zoom call! I will send out a link to the zoom call at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday night! I hope to “see” all parents and youth there! God Bless!

We are going to try to provide a more detailed congregation roster that will allow you to email, text, or call various members. Please help us by making your contact information available by completing a Communication Card today.

This updated attendance roster will be available next Sunday. Thank Ronda for her hard work.

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A Message from Dale Herboldt

Heart Beats from the Ranch:

As the newest face among this congregation’s elders, let me begin by saying; keeping connected and sharing encouragement is a big part of my focus. I also treasure the importance placed on “unity” by writers of the new testament.

Col. 3:12-14  “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourself with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Bear with each other and forgive whatever grievances you may have against one another. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity” 

I say this knowing we are in an election year and our nation faces a real and growing problem of division and divisiveness that threatens the peace and stability of so many communities. It is heartbreaking to see this kind of behavior.

How easy it would be for us to join in the politics of polarization and find ourselves trying to shout down the other side. Political unrest by nature draws lines, makes distinctions and pronounces judgements it even encourages violence in some cases.

Jesus cuts across lines, breaks down barriers and offers grace! Jesus honored the dignity of each person whether he agreed with them or not. Anyone, even a half-breed with five husbands, or a thief on a cross was welcome to be a part of his kingdom. The gospel of Jesus was not primarily a political platform, it was however a platform to change hearts and offer hope. Jewish communities and gentiles alike were attracted to the way Christians cared for each other and devoted themselves to those in need, though they were individuals they acted as one, and that impressed honest hearts! Let us hold onto that mark of identity as we face such turbulent times of unrest and seek to preserve the unity of God’s people.


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Activity Calendar: November 2020


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Sermon: October 18, 2020

Courage for Uncertain Times

Part 4:
“If You Don’t Know Who You Are Then You Will NOT Know What To Fear”

by Michael Lewis

October 18, 2020


Joshua 4

Hear this: God knows our lack of  bravery  is often due to a lack of  memory .

Hear this: God knows defeating fear requires memories of  courage .

Hear this: God gives us  memorials  so we might remember great acts of courage.

Boulder Believers:

  1. Boulder believers take courage from the intentional  memory  of God’s story.
  2. Boulder believers recognize that other believers also need the blessings of your  memories .
  3. That’s why God gives us  memorials .
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Live Stream: October 18, 2020

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